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Some of our 2022 Risk All Stars managed risk for major projects. Others won by showing how much they care about people.
When police officers in her school district contracted COVID, Rosa Royo and her team stepped up and guaranteed them nurse case management assistance.
Jana Utter of Centene made ESG a priority long before it became a buzzword. And her efforts are paying off each day.
Elizabeth Bounds increased awareness of legal pitfalls within her company by bridging the gap between staff and the legal department.
A critical incident stress debriefing program was just one way this risk manager delved into the circumstances that were draining the vitality of her colleagues.
Introducing risk engineering not only saved the company premium dollars, it helped to fortify the brand.
Hyatt’s Jennifer Pack earned a 2022 Risk All Star award for her leadership and ingenuity as hotel revenue and her team numbers dwindled.
Risk manager Ben Evans’ prioritization of safety during UPenn’s Pavilion project earned him a 2022 Risk All Star award.
When pandemic-related stressors pushed Tandis Nili’s brokerage team to the limit, they doubled down on forging stronger bonds and fostering new connections.
When caring for new residents with behavioral health needs began putting her staff at greater risk for injury, Andrea Gibbon and her nursing team equipped themselves with new skills to manage crisis.
This veteran risk manager consolidated a risk management program as his company grew rapidly.
Paul Boatman worked to ensure that a high-end construction job’s coverage would remain intact, despite incurring significant damage.
As chief risk officer for a rapidly growing financial institution, Marcelo Brutti banked on clear communication, tested processes and a culture he knew he could believe in.
The insurance purchasing landscape that risk manager Jim Iervolino operates in is nothing short of complicated.
Risk & Insurance lost a friend, a long-time contributor and a Risk All Star when Jack Hampton passed away on June 13. We take a pause here to mourn his passing and celebrate his many accomplishments.
Facing off against a pandemic, these risk managers were in the front lines, protecting clients, employees and the bottom line.
This university president moved quickly to preserve student mental health during the onset of the pandemic by living in the dorms.
Waste Management’s Jeff Bennett worked to make sure employee health was a priority through both COVID-19 and a major acquisition.
Staples’ Karen Dalton partnered with a new TPA to implement a claims management program in less than a month.
Not only did Eric Gardzina and his team valiantly respond to the challenges of the pandemic, but they also spent the last year creating their own risk retention group.